In an effort to expand its mission to create a healthier generation, Produce for Kids®’ consumer-facing brand is changing to Healthy Family Project.
The program, now in its seventh year, has reworked its typical back-to-school messaging and content, developed new lunchbox inspiration and pulled together resources around distance learning and mental health to better serve families.
Newly designed Produce for Kids campaign signage appeared in produce departments at Publix Super Markets this July launching the bi-annual campaign centered around consumption of produce and eating nutritious produce as a family.
It's time to remind consumers that fresh produce has a better shelf life than people give it credit for.
As a Guiding Partner of Feeding America, Produce for Kids’ Stock the Food Pantries will serve as a source to funnel monetary donations direct to the COVID-19 Response Fund.
This year’s program had a new mission, calling on families to showcase how they power their lunchbox by posting their photos using the hashtag #PowerYourLunchbox on social media. The hashtag alone garnered over 42 million impressions over the course of the campaign.
Are you Team Pumpkin Spice or Team Apple Pie Spice? Fall brings some of the most anticipated flavors of the year, but how can we bring that excitement from the coffee shop to the produce department?
C&S Wholesale Grocers is providing shoppers at its retail partners — ShurSave Markets and ShurSave Independent Supermarkets — the opportunity to join the Produce for Kids Club when they make a fresh produce purchase through October 9, 2019.
The program, in its sixth year, encourages families to eat more nutritious lunches and make healthy choices as they head back to school. This year, the program’s health-conscious brand partners have committed to providing 180,000* meals to Feeding America’s programs that impact families and children.
I can't be the only one who's dropped $40 at Chipotle, or hit up a convenience store during a road trip and come out with $37 in Corn Nuts, pork rinds and maybe a tiny cup of cantaloupe, right?